Thank you for signing up for updates of NAUTIS Home . We have received a surprising amount of registrations for product development updates and participation in prototype testing. We are very pleased to see that so many of you are interested in this project and are as excited as we are!
With these newsletters, we are planning to keep you informed about all that is happening around NAUTIS Home. This way you will be able to get an idea of what you can expect in the future.
Depending on the roadmap, we will do our best to keep you up to date. However, please keep in mind that certain information will only be disclosed as we approach the actual launch of NAUTIS Home.
All aboard NAUTIS Home!
Prototype testing - November
At the beginning of October we officially announced the open registration for prototype testing of NAUTIS Home. We received an incredible amount of applications, however we are not able to include everyone in this initial test phase. We randomly selected a small group of people who matched the technical requirements. For those who were not selected - fear not, we are planning to continue research and will try to involve as many of you as possible.
In these newsletters we will occasionally answer some frequently asked questions that we receive from everyone.
- When is NAUTIS Home released?
NAUTIS Home will be released in 2020. A more accurate date will be communicated when the product roadmap is more complete. As we continue development and testing, we will get a much better idea of what resonates most with users. This process will allow us to offer a great product that perfectly suits your needs.
- What are the technical requirements necessary to run NAUTIS Home?
Minimal technical requirements are not yet defined. However, you can expect that a standard gaming PC should be sufficient enough to run NAUTIS Home. Our aim is to make immersive maritime simulation available to as many people as possible.
- When can I try NAUTIS Home?
Alpha prototype testers will get a first glimpse of the product. In later stages we will continue with research and potentially also a Beta version testing phase.